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Run world cup 98 without cd

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How can i make world cup 98 run without the Cd ?
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You could copy all the files to your hard drive and run it from there. This should run it a bit faster but could take up to 360MB of disk space.

I hope this helps

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My apologies - that should say 650MB of disk space, not 360MB.

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